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Cyclone Debbie downgraded to category three storm but remains spectacular (Video)

Cyclone Debbie downgraded to category three storm but remains spectacular (Video)It’s now estimated to be southeast of Bowen and near Proserpine, moving southwest deep in the Australia continent at 13km/h.

The bureau of meteorology has warned gusts may still reach 220km/h for the next hour or two.

“The system is forecast to move slowly southwest over the next 12 to 18 hours before curving to a more southerly track over inland Queensland,” it said.

“The system is expected to move further inland this afternoon and evening, and the peak winds near the centre will weaken rapidly. However, heavy rain is expected to continue across the region.



“Destructive winds with gusts over 125km/h are occurring about the coast and islands between about Cape Upstart and Cape Hillsborough (north of Mackay), including Bowen and Proserpine, and will extend further west along the coast to areas to Ayr during this afternoon. These destructive winds may extend to adjacent inland areas, including Collinsville and Mount Coolon late today into this evening.



“Destructive winds are no longer expected in Townsville, Charters Towers, Mackay or Sarina.”
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